6 Pairs Mens Football Footy AFL Long Heavy Duty Over Knee Running Sports Socks
Best For Football/ Footy/ Soccer/Rugby/Field Hockey Socks
Wondering if your money will be worth the quality of the socks?
Double layered top end, Providing improved elasticity and comfort. Similar interior hoops at the top end for rolling over.
Extra cushioning at the calf area for the improved comfort when wearing shin pads.
Complete Extra cushioning at the at bottom of the foot that wicks away sweat absorbs shock and avoid slippage.
Materials: 83% polyester, 16% nylon and 1% spandex..
Best Value for your money because we are 100% confident that high-quality socks with these options of double layered top end, similar interior printing at the top end, extra cushioning from calf to feet, double compression for snug fit and mesh construction at this price is the best value for your money.
Nfinity Socks are made for professionals and to move you on the pitch. Our socks give a perfect balance between comfort, fit, reliability and cost.
Note: We are manufacturers of Soccer/Football/ Footy/Rugby/Hockey Socks and sportswear. We can deliver orders for clubs with customization as well. Minimum quantity 50 pairs for a club.
Extra tips to consider before buying Sports Socks:
Soccer socks serve several important functions, including protecting the player from scratches and scrapes, holding protective gear (shin guards) in place and provide comfort in swift movements. Even if players receive a pair with a team uniform, they should still get a couple of their own pair for practices.
Experts research proves that soccer socks with elastic bands or thicker material around the arch provide extra support. Some also have added elasticity at the ankle and top of the sock to keep them in place. Buy soccer socks made from a Lycra/polyester blend instead of the older cotton socks. Socks with Spandex tend to fit better, stay in place and wick away moisture. We kept all these factors when designing and manufacturing our socks.
Experts are also of the opinion not to try on soccer socks without your shin guards and soccer cleats on hand. You need to get a feel for the combination and make sure everything is snug, but not too tight. Avoid the older cotton-blend socks that tend to stretch and retain moisture. Don't buy a brand just because you recognize it; buy the socks that feel and look the best.